It is a line no male president or presidential candidate has never really needed to walk.
In this soul-baring, tell-all, social-media age, she would have (mostly) kept a civil tongue.
Now she’s worried about the marriage prospects of women, especially if they earn more than their male counterparts.
Many young people believe that any sort of higher education exceeds their most earnest grasp.
Even the media training that is now part of elite athlete education cannot “teach” grace or humility.
It was only a matter of time in this Twitter age that at least some of the French decided their politicians and their l’affaires were more than fair game.
I understand the romance about the Lancelot president and his Guinevere wife. But I know there are other reasons people continue to be so taken with the Kennedys.
Questioning why Abedin is standing by Weiner, or why any wife sticks with a twitching scoundrel, is pretty pointless.
Last week, a lot of people representing many different political persuasions were shocked when first lady Michelle Obama dealt straight on with a heckler at a private fundraiser.
In Jack Ohman’s cartoon, Texas Gov. Rick Perry is pictured boasting about his state’s low-tax and low-regulation environment. Next to that is shown the recent blast.
Susan Patton, a 1977 Princeton University graduate, advised female Princeton students to find a husband now, while they’re in school.
One doesn’t need to be a physician to have seen that the secretary of state has not appeared exactly bright-eyed and bushy-tailed of late.
What’s really sad about the Petraeus-Broadwell affair is to see two people of substance act in ways that insult their intelligence, accomplishments, and character.
Maybe anyone who wants to be considered a member of polite, and not entitled, society should tremble at least a bit at the sound of these two words used together.
I don’t accept the lack of a massive outcry from the men who also are affected by contraception gone wrong or denied.